The first was on culture and the post-industrial city, and was given at the International Congress “Postmetropolis Cerdà”: Governance of the Metropolitan Regions in the 21st Century, held at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB).
Andy’s paper was on Urban policies and the compact city: from social segregation to the economy of culture. The event was streamed live, and a video and Andy’s presentation is still available here (panel 3):
From a wet Barcelona, Andy flew to an even wetter Copenhagen on June 11th for the Association of Cultural Economists International (ACEI) Conference. Andy spoke at a special Panel convened by Michael Hutter (Berlin), along with David Throsby (MacQuarie U, Australia) and Walter Santagata (Torino U, Italy), on Cultural, creative or experience Industries – what difference does it make?.